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time to start fishing again
Well I sold my boat 3 months ago and traveled to MO. to pick up my new boat. Yes I went to MO. Good trip out and back, made a few stops and fished after picking the boat up. We did some trout fishing in MO, white bass in OK. and last stop was MN for some bass and pike before heading back to UT. The best fishing was in MN and we caught lots of bass every day. The bass average was around 1.75-2.25lbs, jigs and senkos were the hot ticket followed by creature baits.
My boy got his personal best bass at 3.14lb and an 8lb pike. We are finally back in ut and ready to hit the lakes once again. going to Willard after kid gets out of school tomorrow and try for some wipers.
here are a few picks of our trip. I know these were out of state but enjoy. Just glad to back home and ready to hit the water.
Guess I have to change my name now from Javelin18 to Triton21?
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Re: [Javelin18] time to start fishing again In reply to
Willard bay is a" launch at your own risk" lake now with most boats coming back in with prop damage. Be careful!
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Re: [Javelin18] time to start fishing again In reply to
Very nice Bass Boat! Willard is VERY shallow right now and most everyone are scraping up there boats and bending props. Take care and good luck.
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Re: [Javelin18] time to start fishing again In reply to
Nice to have you back home, Chad. Boat looks sharp as a tack. Forget Willard. Heard where Pineview is producing some n-i-c-e smallies, and Jordanelle is MUCH improved over the last two seasons. Let me know when you want to hit Starv for maybe an over-niter at my buddy's cabin. Will be entering the Walleye Classic there in two wks, and I'd like to see what's what.
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Re: [Javelin18] time to start fishing again In reply to
Looks like you did a lot of traveling with your new boat, it must have been a fun trip. Did you make it out to Willard today?


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Re: [wiperhunter2] time to start fishing again In reply to
With everyone warning me against it and the weather I did not. Guess Pineview. On Sunday.
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Re: [jekern1015] time to start fishing again In reply to
Was on WB today from 7 AM to 1PM. The north marina is deep enough if you stay dead center going to the buoys. Get about 300 yards past the buoys heading west before you turn. From there to the west wall about 9'. In the light pole area about 14 -16 '. Don't even waste the trip in to the south marina. No docks in the water, and as of 1 PM DNR and local and federal boys were doing a search and hopefully a recovery of a guy went missing there last night. Park Ranger boats are keeping all boating roughly north and west of the island.
I did get one skinny Cat I released. And a couple small Wiper I let go without even getting in the boat.
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Re: [Tin-Can] time to start fishing again In reply to
thanks for the report
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Re: [Javelin18] time to start fishing again In reply to
Nice pics. Good Luck